Bravely Second: End Layer Review

Bravely Second: End Layer Developer: Silicon Studio Publisher: Square Enix Platforms: 3DS (Reviewed) Release Date: Out Now Price: AU$59.95 – Available Here Overview Traditional turn-based JRPGs old school Final Fantasy games have really dipped out of style in the past decade or so, only to be replaced with the western style of RPG like The Witcher or Skyrim. Even the Final Fantasy franchise has de...

Bravely Default Review

Bravely Default Developer: Silicon Studio/Square Enix Publisher: Nintendo Platforms: 3DS Release Date: AUS: 7th December 2013, NA: 7th February 2014 Price: $59.99 – Available Here Overview “Square Enix” is the type of company that instils a sense of hope in fans all around the world, their track record of absolutely fantastic games have made them one of the greatest gaming develo...

Bravely Default – Story Trailer Released

I have such an urge to tease our friends over in North America who STILL haven’t gotten a release of Bravely Default while us over here in Australia have been playing for what seems like ages now, but I wont because I love the American RPG players and they deserve more respect than that, luckily for them it seems as though Square Enix has opened up their hearts and from the sweet, love centr...

Bravely Default Runs its Party through Character Trailer

Bravely Default is on its way to the West as well as Australia and New Zealand, so what better way to prep for the release than to find out a bit more on the characters of this interesting tale. Thankfully, Nintendo and Square Enix have just released a new trailer for Bravely Default prefect for introducing the main party. Giving a brief intro to Tiz, Agnes, Ringabel, and Edea and their motivation...

Australian Bravely Default Release Detailed

Nintendo has just announced some more details pertaining to the Australian/New Zealand release of Bravely Default. While, it had been confirmed that the West would be receiving enhanced edition of the game that was released later in Japan, it is now definite that this will hold true to those southern hemisphere RPG fans. The additions that Bravely Default will be seeing from its original release f...

English Bravely Default Release will be the Enhanced Version

Here is some good news for those of you clamoring for more information on Silicon Studio‘s Bravely Default (or Bravely Default: Where the Fairy Flies as it is now dubbed). Those who are planning on picking up the game will be getting the “enhanced” package, which features extra story events and an improved interface, allowing for a more fluid experience. Square Enix recently sent...

YEBIS 2 Coming to Xbox One Launch title Fighter Within

We first seen the power of what the graphical tool YEBIS 2 could do with next-gen visuals in that famous tech demo from E3 2012. All of that power however is starting to make its rounds into other products, with Ubisoft‘s Fighter Within being the latest to utilize Silicon Studio‘s visual effects software. “YEBIS 2 allowed us to implement state of the art post processing effects in our ...

Silicon Studio Offers YEBIS 2 Developer Package Trial

When last we heard about YEBIS 2, the developers, Silicon Studio, had announced that the middleware would be available for the Xbox One in addition to the PlayStation 4. After securing the incorporation into both next gen consoles, Silicon Studio has announced that other developers can start harnessing the power of YEBIS 2 with the Developer Package. The “YEBIS 2 Developer Package” is ...

YEBIS 2 Post-Rendering Available for Xbox One

Game studio and middleware developer Silicon Studio is looking to provide post-rendering solutions for next gen consoles with their new middleware YEBIS 2. Previously shown off in the Agni’s Philosophy tech demo by Square Enix, Silicon Studio has announced that they are partnering with Microsoft to bring YEBIS 2 to the Xbox One for developers to use and take advantage of the new system’...

Silicon Studio Game Engine Supports Vita

Silicon Studio, the developers behind the Playstation 3 game 3D Dot Heroes, also has a focus on middleware. One of the game engines, Orochi, has support for native PC and Playstation 3 development, with ports to other consoles possible. Now, Silicon Studios have announced that Orochi will now support the Playstation Vita, as reported by Andriasang. So what does Orochi actually contain? Orochi is c...

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